Ranking for History Degree Courses in UK

The subject league table is topped by Cambridge University in first place, followed by Durham and King's College London.

Top Universities for History Degree Courses as ranked by The Times Good University Guide 2009:
1 Cambridge
2 Durham
3 King's College London
4 Oxford
5 London School of Economics
6 York
=6 Warwick
8 Exeter
9 University College London
10 St Andrews
11 Leeds
12 Southampton
13 Queen Mary, London
14 Hull
15 Leicester
16 Royal Holloway
17 Sheffield
18 Glasgow
19 East Anglia
20 Birmingham
21 Cardiff
22 Nottingham
23 Bristol
24 Dundee
25 Essex
26 Edinburgh
27 Oxford Brookes
28 Lancaster
=28 Liverpool
30 Keele
31 Aberystwyth
32 Huddersfield
33 Central Lancashire
34 Kent
35 Portsmouth
36 School of Oriental and African Studies
37 Stirling
38 Aberdeen
39 Sussex
40 Queen's Belfas
=40 Bolton
42 Bangor
=42 Lampeter
44 Hertfordshire
=44 Reading
46 Manchester
47 Swansea
=47 De Montfort
49 Newcastle
50 Bradford
51 Bath Spa
52 Chichester
53 Nottingham Trent
54 Northampton
55 Strathclyde
56 Goldsmiths College
57 Canterbury Christ Church
58 Teesside
59 Sunderland
60 Roehampton
61 Salford
62 Glamorgan
63 Brunel
64 Kingston
65 West of England
=65 Chester
67 Sheffield Hallam
68 Edge Hill
=68 Ulster
70 Winchester
71 St Mary's College
72 Wolverhampton
73 Northumbria
74 Plymouth
75 Gloucestershire
76 Staffordshire
77 Cumbria
78 Greenwich
79 Worcester
80 Liverpool John Moores
81 Derby
82 Lincoln
83 Leeds Metropolitan
84 Westminster
85 Manchester Metropolitan
86 York St John
87 Anglia Ruskin
88 Coventry
89 Brighton
90 UWCN, Newport
91 Middlesex

Source: The Times

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